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May 09, 1986 - Image 27

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1986-05-09

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Now the organization is get-
ting involved in programming
with local Jewish communities.
"We've been very active in the
archival field. As local com-
munities become more aware of
the importance of their own
Jewish history, we have been
able to give them consulting ad-
vice," said Zeltzer. The founda-
tion is increasingly working with
libraries and Jewish museums,
sponsoring traveling exhibits.
A current exhibit on the Jews
of China is on a three-year tour of
the U.S. In the last few years, the
foundation has supported Jewish
communal theater productions
throughout the country, playw-
riting awards and travel grants,
Yiddish theater translations, and
symposiums and workshops that
include a Yiddish cultural festi-
val at the University of Michi-
gan.
Zeltzer believes the foundation
must continue to "unlock the
riches of our past" by conserving
and recording Jewish memories,
continue to fund scholarship, and
expand its support of creativity in
theatre, dance and the visual
arts.
We have to become a national
leadership group," Zeltzer said,
"an advocate for an indigenous,
enhanced American Jewish cul-
ture. The community is probably
ready for it. They are active now
(in the non-Jewish arts), and now
we want to see our own — there
should be more Jewish sym-
phonies.
"We must make the product we
sell attractive to the next genera-
tion because we live in a genera-
tion of choice."
He emphasized the importance
of Jewish culture as a cohesive

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trying to expand its impact as it
marks its 25th anniversary. Its
emphasis in the past has been on
scholarship and national cultural
bodies. As an agency of the Coun-
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given stipends to 1,000 graduate
students studying Jewish culture
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The Cultural Commission of
Congregation Beth Shalom
cordially invites you to

"SIGHT and SOUND"

"An Evening
of
Art and Music"

Thursday, May 15, 1986
Art Show and Sale

presented by
Gallery Yakir
6:00 p.m.
Dessert Reception During ShoWing

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We will be closed on Mother's Day
but we will be open Sunday, May 18 12-4 pm

followed by

Frank Friedman. Memorial Concert

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featuring
Stella Richmond, Soprano
Tibor Herdan, Baritone
International Concert Duo
Singing Hebrew, Yiddish and
English Operatic Selections

Congregation Beth Shalom
14601 W. Lincoln Road
Oak Park, Michigan
547-7970

Featured Artist

Aharon Bezalel

a noted Israeli
sculptor whose
work is done
in brass, bronze
and wood.

Concert Sponsored by the Friedman Family
Community Invited

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